This is the absolute first entry in this blog. Which means that if you're reading back from the end (June, 2012, on a guess), this is the last one you will read. It has the ultimate last secret of my blogging career on it. Which means that I have to come up with the ultimate secret first. Which is stupid. And too much pressure.
Nevertheless, I have to oblige. And it's not that hard, because ultimate secrets are all enigmatic and stuff, and all I have to do is go to my schizophrenic place for that. Here goes: "grease" and "grass" not only sound alike, but are actually the same word.
Bench Grass is the research blog of Erik Lund, an "independent scholar" in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.
- Gathering the Bones, 18: Hew Down the Bridge!
- Postblogging Technology, October, I: Forest for the Trees
- The Bishop's Sea, III: The Real Presence
- Postblogging Technology, November, 1943: Caesar's New Clothes
- Postblogging Technology, November 1950, II: Platypus Time
- Postblogging Technology, December 1950, II: Christmas Corps
- Postblogging Technology, March 1944, I: Pulling In the Horns
- A Techno-Pastoral Appendix to Postblogging Technology, October 1950: The Chestnut Plague
- Gathering the Bones, XXIII: Wyandotte Days
- I Would Run Away to the Air: The British Economy, Montgolfier to 727, Part 1
Friday, June 25, 2010
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